Saving Us
A review of

Saving Us

A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World

Activism and Love

by David Meyer

Katharine Hayhoe harnesses her strong Christian faith and pragmatic legal and scientific background to explain how you can take action to mitigate climate change today.

Paul W. Horn Distinguished Professor at Texas Tech University Katharine Hayhoe – a chief scientist for The Nature Conservancy – sounds the clarion call: Climate change poses an existential threat to humanity. It may seem insurmountable due to the scale and scope of the problem and because meaningful change requires collective action, a skill humanity mostly lacks. 

Hayhoe decries the tribalism, complacency and fear that fuel ignoring or denying climate change. She details why the issue remains so divisive, and yet, offers hope. In her sobering, remarkably encouraging account, Hayhoe calls for catalyzing systemic change by helping others – with love – connect their personal concerns to climate solutions.

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